Kodak Ektar 100 Color Negative Film ISO 100, 35mm Size, 36 exp.

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About Kodak

KODAK PROFESSIONAL EKTAR 100 Film is the world's finest grain color negative film. With ISO 100 speed, high saturation and ultra-vivid color, this film offers the finest, smoothest grain of any color negative film available today.

An ideal choice for commercial photographers and advanced amateurs, KODAK PROFESSIONAL EKTAR 100 Film is recommended for applications such as nature, travel and outdoor photography, as well as for fashion and product photography.

Process EKTAR 100 Film in KODAK FLEXICOLOR Chemicals for Process C-41. This film is optimized for printing on KODAK PROFESSIONAL SUPRA ENDURA, SUPRA ENDURA VC Digital, ULTRA ENDURA, ULTRA ENDURA High Definition, and PRO IMAGE II Papers, and on KODAK PROFESSIONAL ENDURA Metallic Paper.

Make color slides and transparencies by printing the negatives on KODAK PROFESSIONAL ENDURA Transparency Display Material or KODAK PROFESSIONAL ENDURA Clear Display Material.

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Good tonal range (28),Accurate (27),Scans well (26),Consistent (25),Reproduces well (23),Easy to use (3),Reliable (3)
Best Uses:
Travel (40),Artwork (22),Home (15),Photojournalism (14),Landscape photography (12),Action shots (7),Everyday (7),Portraits (6),Macro photography (5),Office (4),Studio (4),Outdoors (3) Sports photography (3) View All
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (19),Semi-pro photographer (13),Enthusiast (8),Semi-professional (5),Pro photographer (3)

Kodak Features

  • Incorporates Entertainment Imaging's KODAK VISION Film technology
  • World's finest-grained color negative film
  • Micro-Structure Optimized T-GRAIN® Emulsions
  • Ideal for scanning
  • Kodak's Proprietary Advanced Development Accelerators
  • Extraordinary enlargement capability from a 35mm negative
  • Optimized Emulsion Spectral Sensitivity and Image Modifier Chemistry
  • Ultra-vivid color
  • Kodak's Advanced Cubic Emulsions
  • Optimized sharpness
  • Kodak's Proprietary DIR couplers
  • Distinct edges, fine detail
  • Unified Emulsion Technology
  • Printing compatible with other KODAK Films

Kodak Specifications

Base
0.13 mm (0.005 inch) acetate

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.6

(based on 51 reviews)

95%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Motion picture film in your SLR camera

Ran my first roll over to a chain store's C-41 machine and took home to scan myself. Completely impressed. Haven't done any prints nor blow ups yet. Most of the shots I took were Fall landscapes. It scans totally different from other negative films in a good way. I have viewed only on a HD monitor with a 17 MB per shot. What is striking is its look of motion picture film. I also shoot 16 mm motion picture film... It looks the same-meaning it has the detail and warmth of a movie. The edges of ...

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Ran my first roll over to a chain store's C-41 machine and took home to scan myself. Completely impressed. Haven't done any prints nor blow ups yet. Most of the shots I took were Fall landscapes. It scans totally different from other negative films in a good way. I have viewed only on a HD monitor with a 17 MB per shot. What is striking is its look of motion picture film. I also shoot 16 mm motion picture film... It looks the same-meaning it has the detail and warmth of a movie. The edges of the images are so good, it looks almost 3-D using long zooms as well as primes lenses. Colors are just as vibrant as slide film. Unbelievable. Great product that will keep me using film into the future. Digital cameras I use too and it has its place, but it isn't film.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Don't use it for portraits

This film is one of the best for scanning compared to Kodak Gold 100 & 200. It gives vivid color and high contrast images. However, it's horrible for shooting portraits; it produces a reddish skin tone on people. You can desaturate the color using Photoshop for better skin tone however.

Reviewed by 51 customers

 
4.0

Old school greatness

By

from Los Angeles  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This is a great film that I use regularly in this world where analog photography is slipping away and Kodak itself is clinging to life. I use it for all kinds of shooting. It's a very nice overall film.

 
5.0

High Quality Color Film for general use

By

from Chesapeake, Virginia  -  Pro Photographer

I use this film for shoots where quality is paramount.The colors are natural and not "pumped up" like some of the other professional color films. I shot Fuji Reala 100 for years and when it was discontinued I tried several other films before going with Ektar 100. It works well for natural life like portraits and I use it for on location outdoor senior picture shoots. It does not require significant photo shop or post production touch up. It is also readily available at affordable prices.

 
4.0

Surprisingly good film

By

from Minneapolis, MN  -  Photo Enthusiast

Much has been said about this film and much of it is true. It's a great color negative film. I can;t say it has the level of quality of slide film but for a color negative, this is an excellent film.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Fine Film for Freaky Film Photogog

By

from Albuquerque, NM  -  Semi-pro Photographer

OK, you unapologenic film guys, this is a good one. Very high color saturation; perfect for both conventional and urban landscapes. Contrast is a bit high in some sunny situations, but great for overcast days. Not the best film for portraits, however.

 
4.0

Very nice film, with nice tones and dece

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from Minneapolis, MN  -  Photo Enthusiast

This is a great film. I really like the tones and the color effects it gives. I am glad it is still around but I just wish it were a bit cheaper. I shoot a lot of slide film but after trying Ektar, I am slowly moving more toward it.

 
5.0

Kodak Ektar film

By

from Salinas, california  -  Photo Enthusiast

Great film. Lets you enlarge to 24 x 16

 
5.0

Great Film!

By

from Worcester, MA  -  Casual Photographer

I'm no pro, but I don't mind saying that Kodak's Ektar 100 is the best film I've ever used. I've only ever shot on 35mm (and I don't plan on changing that), and I haven't tried a vast array of films. Up until a few years ago, I just bought the cheapest film I could, and had it processed at one of the big chain drug stores...and I wondered why my pictures looked bad! Anyway, the greatest thing about Ektar 100 is the rich, faithful color reproduction. Such deep reds!! It's also very consistent. I get similar results from roll to roll. And it's very affordable! Cons: 100 is definitely a slow speed. I find myself using my external flash when using the film indoors, and sometimes even in the shade when outdoors. Couldn't Kodak make a 400 speed Ektar? For long exposures, I wish there was more information on reciprocity failure. An official conversion chart would be useful!

 
4.0

No complaints

By

from NYC  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Gave me exactly what I was looking for!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Sharp with sparkling colour

By

from Venice, CA  -  Semi-Professional

Nice low grain film for good lighting or tripod use. Scans well.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

My Favorite Film -- Period

By

from AZ  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

If you're going to shoot film, when in doubt use this. So crisp, so beautiful; were there any justice in the market place, Kodak could make a good living just out of this stuff. I use other kinds, including other brands, but Ektar 100 is king.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
JOHN D B  Great color and being C-41 Walmart does my developing. I scan my negatives and use Photoshop Elements 6 to tweak contrast. I rarely have to do anything to color. Try it you will be pleased.
Jean P  Csn Ektar 100 negative color film be used in a point and shoot film camera?
BRAD H  As long as your camera will shoot at ISO 100, just try it and see. You may not have control over exposure like an SLR, but just do a Thelma and Louise, put the pedal to the metal and see what happens!
Shopper  Can Ektar 100 negative film be used in a point and shoot camera?
MICHAEL G  Yes. It will work in any 35mm camera.
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